My garden seeds did not come up this year and in the past I had problems with wireworms.
Would wire worms or sow bugs destroy germinated seeds that did not come up through the soil? None of the seeds I planted came up through the soil.
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Wireworms do impact germination rates on common vegetables, but I doubt that they'd prevent an entire planting from coming up - and you'd need a ton of them to affect a garden. Read here: https://hort.uwex.edu/articles/wireworms/. Sowbugs usually feed on dead or dying plant matter; if they eat living plants they leave holes in the leaves like slugs.
It's far more likely that environmental or other conditions caused your garden to fail. A couple questions:
Lots of variables go into a garden, of course - it's best to rule out the environmental ones before looking at pests.